Some of my favorite bloggers have done this, so I thought I'd give it a go!
Do you have a question for me?
Something you've been itching to ask about?
Maybe no one does! But I'd love to answer any questions you do have.
Ask away! I'm ready!
And one more thing: I'm LOVING how much I feel like I'm connecting with you guys as my readers. I recently joined the Bigs and Littles Blogging Network thinking I'd be a little, and I'd get paired with someone who I considered more experienced, a "big" if you will.
Instead, I was labeled a "big," and got paired with a "little," which was not only a surprise, but an honor! One of the directors of this blogging network sent out a mass email to all the people participating, apologizing that there simply weren't enough "bigs" and that almost everyone had listed that they wanted a mentor, not to be one. I guess a lot of people were upset that they couldn't be "trained" by a bigger blog. I think a lot of people were expecting this to be a way to gain a lot of followers from a larger blogger instead of a networking opportunity to make a friend and learn something new, or help someone along their way.
This makes me sad, that people were kind of hoping to mooch and not really have to share any tricks of the trade with anyone else. But when I learned that I was a "big" instead of a "little," I was really excited. I got even more excited when I started working with this girl (who you'll see on my sidebar next month). It gave me an idea to start a series (maybe monthly?) where I offer to help a "littler" blog than mine to figure out the ups and downs of blogging. What do you guys think? Should there be a follower-amount maximum? Should there be a maximum amount of years the blog has been going? Should there be any requirements for "littles" who want to participate?
Let me know in the comments, and don't forget to ask all your questions! If there are any questions you'd rather leave anonymously, feel free to switch over to "Anonymous" mode or send me a private email to email@example.com.
Can't wait to hear what you all say!